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Return of the said Constable of the said
Day of that he hath made diligent Search, but doth not know of nor can find any Goods and Chattels of the said by Distress and Sale whereof the said Sums and Costs can be recovered, pursuant to the said Warrant; and that the Costs incurred by the said Constable in attempting to make such Distress are Shillings
is now before us (f)
And the said These are therefore to command you the said Constable of to convey the said to the said Common
Gaol (), and these are also to command you the said Keeper of the said Common Gaol (5) to receive the said
into the said Common Gaol (), there to remain without Bail or Mainprize for the Term of (h) unless such Sums and Costs, and the aforesaid Charges attending the Attempt to make the said Distress, together with the Costs and Charges (i) attending the Commitment and conveying of the said
to the said Common Gaol (8), and of the Persons employed to convey him thither, be sooner paid and satisfied.
Given under our Hands and Seals, at
in the Day
in the Year of our Lord One thousand
eight hundred and forty
(†) Insert “in custody of the said Constable;" or "according to the Exigency of a Recognizance duly entered into by him on the
or House of Correction
(4) Not to exceed Three Calendar Months. () Where Warrants are issued after the passing of this Act, the Justices should insert the Amount of these Costs and Charges.
in the Year of our Lord One thousand eight by an Order under their Hands and single Woman, residing
within the said Division (*), did, on the
thousand eight hundred and forty
in the Year of our Lord One make Application to One of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace
acting for the said Division (*), for a Summons to be served upon and the said Justice thereupon issued his Sumto appear at a Petty Session
mons to the said
in the Year
to be holden on the of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and forty the said Division (3) in which he usually acted, to answer her Complaint touching the Premises :*
(*) or City, Borough, or other Place
*This Form must be completed, in regard to the Recitals, by reference to the Order of the Justices.
and that the said
And that the said having been duly served with the said Summons, within Forty Days from the said Day of having then applied to the said Justices in Petty Sessions assembled for an Order upon the said according to the Form of the Statute in such Case made and provided: And that it having been then proved to the said Justices that the said Child was since (b) the passing of an Act passed in the Eighth Year of the Reign of Her present Majesty, intituled "An Act for the further Amendment of the Laws relating to the Poor in England,” (that is to say,) on the
Year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and forty
heard the Evi
dence of such Woman, and such other Evidence as she had produced, and the Evidence of the said the Mother of the said Child having been corroborated in some material Particular by other Testimony, to their Satisfaction, did adjudge the said to be the putative Father of the said Child, and, having regard to all the Circumstances of that Case, did order that the said should pay unto the Mother of the said Bastard Child, so long as she should live and be of sound Mind, and be not in any Gaol or Prison, or under Sentence of Transportation, or to the Person who might be appointed to have the Custody of such Child, under the Provisions of the said Statute, the Sum of
until the said Child should attain the Age of Thirteen Years, or should die, or the said
further order the said Sum of
should marry: And they did to pay to the said incurred in obtaining their Order: hath not married since
being the Costs And whereas the said the making of the said Order, but hath lately (c)
and the said Child is still alive,
Peace acting in and for the order and appoint one County of (*)
and under the Age of Thirteen: Two of Her Majesty's Justices of the County (*) of do hereby
not being an Officer of any Parish or
Union, and having consented thereto, to have the Custody of such Bastard Child, so long as such Bastard Child shall not be chargeable to any Parish or Union.
Given under our Hands and Seals, at
County of (a)
in the Year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and forty
N. B.-A Duplicate of this Appointment is to be sent through the Post or otherwise, by the Clerk of the Justices, to the Clerk of the Guardians of the Union or Parish wherein the Mother of the said Child resided at the Time when she died, or ceased to be entitled to receive the Payments under the Order.
(*) or City, Borough, or other Place
(b) or within Six Calendar Months before
() died, or become of unsound Mind, or is now in the Gaol or Prison of or is under Sentence of Transportation.
in the County of
CA P. XI.
An Act for assigning Sheriffs in Wales.
[8th May 1845.]
THEREAS it is convenient that the Sheriffs in each of the
Shires in Wales be nominated and appointed in like * Manner as is used in other Parts of England;' Be it enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That after the passing of this Act the Sheriffs in each Shire in Wales shall be assigned, ordained, nominated, and appointed at the same Time and Place and in like Manner and Form as is used according to Law for Sheriffs in the Shires of England. II. And be it enacted, That this Act may be amended or re- Alteration of pealed by any Act to be passed in this Session of Parliament.
CA P. XII*
An Act to alter and amend certain Duties of Customs.
[8th May 1845.]
WHEREAS by an Act passed in the Fifth and Sixth Years
of the Reign of Her present Majesty Queen Victoria,
Sheriffs to be appointed in Wales as in England.
⚫ intituled An Act to amend the Laws relating to the Customs, 5&6 Vict. c. 47. ⚫ certain Duties of Customs were made payable to Her said Majesty, 'Her Heirs and Successors, upon the Goods, Wares, and Mer⚫ chandize contained in the Tables marked (A.) and (B.), and Schedule, to this Act annexed: And whereas it is expedient 'that such Duties should be repealed:' Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, That the Duties on the several Articles so contained in such Duties reTables and Schedule shall be and the same are hereby repealed, at pealed. the several Periods therein specified.
II. And be it enacted, That in lieu and instead of the Duties of Duties imCustoms now payable upon the Goods, Wares, and Merchandize posed. imported into the United Kingdom in the annexed Schedule mentioned and set forth, denominated a Schedule of Duties of Customs, there shall be raised, levied, collected, and paid unto Her said Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors, upon the respective Goods, Wares, and Merchandize imported into the United Kingdom, the several Duties of Customs as the same are respectively inserted, described, and set forth in Figures in the said Schedule annexed to this Act.
III. And be it enacted, That the Duties by this Act imposed Duties how to shall be under the Management of the Commissioners of Her be recovered. Majesty's Customs, and shall be ascertained, raised, levied, col
lected, paid, recovered, allowed, and applied or appropriated under the Provisions of an Act passed in the Third and Fourth Years of the Reign of His late Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled
An Act for granting Duties of Customs, and of any other Act or 3&4 W.4. c. 56. Acts in force relating to the Customs.
Value of Goods
to be stated in the Entry and attested by the Importer.
IV. And whereas it is expedient that correct Accounts may continue to be taken of the Value of the Imports of certain 'Goods upon which Duty has hitherto been charged according to the Value thereof, but upon which Goods the Duties have been repealed by this Act;' be it enacted, That upon the Entry Inwards of any such Goods the Value thereof shall be stated in the Entry, and shall be affirmed by the Declaration of the Importer or his known Agent, written upon the Entry and attested by his Signature, and if such Declaration be false, the Person signing the same shall forfeit a Sum not exceeding Twenty Pounds; and it shall be lawful for the Landing Waiter or other Officer appointed to examine such Goods to call for the Invoice, Bills of Parcels, and such other Documents relating thereto as he may think necessary for ascertaining the true Value of the same.
V. And be it enacted, That this Act may be altered or amended by any Act to be passed in this Session of Parliament.
Garnets, cut or uncut, not set. Gentian.
Glue Clippings, or Waste of any kind, fit only for making Glue.
Goods unenumerated, not being either in part or wholly manufactured, not enumerated or prohibited.
Greaves for Dogs, and Tallow Greaves. Guano.
Gun Stocks in the rough, of Wood.
Hair, Camel Hair or Wool.
Heath, for Brushes.
Feathers for Beds, in Beds or other- Hemp, dressed.
Paddy Bird, undressed. unenumerated and undressed.
Hemp, rough or undressed, or any other Vegetable Substance of the Nature and Quality of undressed Hemp, and applicable to the same Purposes.